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Saturday, April 22,  2006


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                                                                                                                   From, April 16, 2006 to April 22, 2006 

`Domestic Violence Is Taken For Granted In Bihar'

Where are the gender rights? Where there is so much discrimination against women, where is the

question of rights? Ms Renu Ranjan, Head, Department Of Sociology, Magadh Mahila College . . . 

0 Pct India Growth Is Feasible, Imf's Rajan Says

India's medium-term goal of growing its economy 10 percent a year is realistic if it can boost

infrastructure and job creation, the International Monetary Fund's chief economist said on

Wednesday. 

Pune Plans Wire-Free City For Internet Users

Intel Technology India Private Limited was recently appointed as chief technology and programme

management consultant by Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) to build a wire-less Pune by 2007. 

&a: 'Informal Understanding That It Is Asia's Turn'

Shashi Tharoor is under-secretary-general for communication and public information at the United

Nations and author of several books. He spoke to Ronojoy Sen on issues related to the UN: 

Karat Interview: Vs Refuses To Bite The Bullet

S Achuthanandan, CPI(M)s top hardline honcho and likely chief minister if the Left comes to power

this poll, declined to comment whether he agreed with his General Secretary Prakash Karat that the

strife in Kerala CPI(M) was between two . . . 

Kashmir Militants Coming Home, Says India General

India's most senior army general in Kashmir said on Sunday that militants based in Pakistani Kashmir

have been giving up arms and returning to their homes in the Indian part of the Himalayan region

following last year's devastating earthquake. 

Q&a: 'Ramanujan's Story Is That You Can't Imprison The Mind'

Writer-director Dev Benegal, 45, has never walked the easy line. His debut feature English August

(1994) was a wry look at bureaucracy. His second movie, Split Wide Open (1999), scraped the

jagged edges of globalisation from below. Now, Benegal is . . . 

Reality Check

Siddiq Barmak on how his films are drawn from what's happening in Afghanistan 

Interview: Anil Naidoo

Interview with Anil Naidoo, Director of the Blue Planet Project, which is fighting against the

commercialisation of water. 

Q&a: 'Ramanujan's Story Is That You Can't Imprison The Mind'

Writer-director Dev Benegal, 45, has never walked the easy line. His debut feature English August

(1994) was a wry look at bureaucracy. His second movie, Split Wide Open (1999), scraped the

jagged edges of globalisation from below. Now, Benegal i . . .

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